Recommended for ages 6 & up.
This DIY kit will allow you to build a superb doorbell for the door of your room. You will discover, by building it, gear trains and basic mechanical principles such as friction effect. You will manipulate a lot of material: nuts, screws, washer, joins, tightening rings, and even a hair elastic. Each step of the assembly is very well explained in the brochure.
You will discover that there are a lot of kinds of gears and they are very present in the objects that surround us.
Usage: Use the gears, bike bell, screws, washers, nuts to build a doorbell for your room.
Learn: How the crank, the rack, the pinion, and the cogwheels work.
Play: Turn the crank, look at how the gears go into motion, then push the hammer that hits the bell. Once it is all put together, you can paint your doorbell. There are 4 holes on the plank so you can screw it to your bedroom door.
The kit contains the parts for the doorbell and a booklet with contains step-by-step illustrated instructions and educational content.
Languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Dutch.
About Koa Koa
French brand, Koa Koa, was developed by Kim Goldstein who worked for Nickelodeon where she discovered the growing popularity of the Maker Movement*. Together with London based designer, Oscar Diaz, they conceptualize DIY kits that are fun, safe, and educational for children. Through these toys, children are able to have a rewarding hands-on experience while also developing their creativity, honing their problem-solving skills and exploring the intricacies of how things work.
The creative approach to Koa Koa’s toys uniquely combines Science, Technology, Engineering & Math, otherwise known as STEM. Proudly manufactured in Europe, Koa Koa is also featured in many renowned educational institutions and museums such as the British Library, Milan Salone del Mobile, Cite du design Saint-Etienne, Lousiana Musuem of Modern Art, Palais Decouverte and more.
Available in 6 different DIY sets, get yours today from Burpps Singapore.
* The maker movement is a cultural trend that places value on an individual's ability to be a creator of things as well as a consumer of things. It originated sometime in 2005 in California.
Proudly made in Europe